Stayed for 2 nights last weekend. This 3* hotel is better than some 4* hotels we have stayed in. As we entered the reception area you immediately get a very homely feel, this is a family run hotel and this is very obvious in a good way. We were greeted immediately and given all relevant information, we had booked an Executive Double Room No. 32 in annex a few yards from reception, a lovely large room with wardrobe, desk, cupboard with tea making facilities, sofa, coffee table, large flat screen television (it needed to be large so you could see it from the bed) chest of drawers, hairdryer and also an iron and ironing board which in many 4 and 5* hotels we have stayed in you have had to ask for. Bathroom good size with plenty of shelving space to put your own things on, good quality hand wash etc provided. All very clean. View over small car park (think used by staff) and then main road, no real road noise as window triple glazed.
In main hotel 2 very comfy areas to sit in and enjoy the lovely view over open countryside and a 3rd in the bar area. If you are lucky enough to get table by window in restaurant enjoy the view. Breakfast was good once you understood the system, cooked full english superb. Evening meals were well cooked and presented in large portions and a reasonable choice and price.
Car parking very secure, gate locked at 11.30pm and opened at 7.30am I think perhaps the car park our room overlooked may be used if you wish to use your car when gate locked.
I would highly recommend this hotel and booking an Executive Room, well worth the money and all staff very friendly. less